T.J. McFarland
Orioles' T.J. McFarland: Scratched as precaution
T.J. McFarland, RP, BAL
12:38 AM
News: McFarland (knee) was scratched from Sunday's Triple-A start at Norfolk just in case the Orioles needed him for bullpen depth Monday, the Baltimore Sun reports.

McFarland had been projected to return from the Triple-A DL and start Sunday, but that transaction was put off after the O's were forced to use Vance Worley over four innings in relief Saturday, following Ubaldo Jimenez's disastrous start.

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Darren O'Day
Orioles' Darren O'Day: Escapes tough jam Sunday
Darren O'Day, RP, BAL
12:32 AM
News: O'Day entered Sunday's game against the Indians in the eighth inning with runners on second-and-third and no outs and was able to prevent the tying run to score.

O'Day retired one batter on a ground out and then recorded two strikeouts after an intentional walk to escape the jam left by fellow reliever Brad Brach. O'Day hasn't been in his best form recently, but he recorded the true essence of a hold, his ninth of the season, in this outing.

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Kevin Jepsen
Twins' Kevin Jepsen: Rocky save conversion Sunday
Kevin Jepsen, RP, MIN
12:28 AM
News: Jepsen converted his sixth save of the season Sunday versus the Mariners, although he did allow two runs on three hits. He struck out one.

Jepsen has nailed down four consecutive save opportunities, but he has allowed five runs in his last five innings to raise his ERA to 5.91. He continues to serve as the preferred end-game option for the struggling Twins, but his tenuous hold on the job, poor performances and a lack of opportunities are all working against his fantasy value.

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Gavin Floyd
Blue Jays' Gavin Floyd: Gets loss in extras Sunday
Gavin Floyd, RP, TOR
12:14 AM
News: Floyd gave up two runs in the 11th inning Sunday to get the loss against the Red Sox.

Floyd has given up runs in five of his last six outings and could be looking at some time off over the next couple of days. "Well, I just think that he was worn down," manager John Gibbons said. "He's been working and pitching a lot. There's a lot of innings over his career and he's had some arm issues, so we're trying to be careful with him, but the way the games have all gone the last week, they're tight games and he's been so good for us. I just think he's a little bit out of gas right now."

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Koji Uehara
Red Sox's Koji Uehara: First save of the year
Koji Uehara, RP, BOS
12:04 AM
News: Uehara threw a perfect inning in the 11th inning Sunday to pick up his first save of the year, striking out two.

Uehara got the nod because closer Craig Kimbrel threw 39 pitches the previous day and was unavailable.

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Wade Davis
Royals' Wade Davis: Picks up 14th save Sunday
Wade Davis, RP, KC
5/29/2016
News: Davis racked up his 14th save in Sunday's win over the White Sox, striking out one in a perfect ninth inning.

He dropped his ERA back below 1.00 with the scoreless outing, Davis' 18th in 19 appearances this season. He doesn't sport the astronomical strikeout rate he had a couple of years ago, but he remains one of the top closers in baseball, especially with the Royals beginning to find their stride and provide Davis with more save opportunities.

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Alex Colome
Rays' Alex Colome: May hold the closer job a little longer
Alex Colome, RP, TB
5/29/2016
News: Brad Boxberger will be activated from the DL on Monday, but will be eased back to the closer role. Thus Colome could hang on to the job just a little longer.

Colome has done great in the role, saving 12 games while posting a 1.23 ERA and 0.773 WHIP over 22 innings with a 29:4 K:BB ratio. Even when Boxberger ultimately reclaims the role, Colome could have value, as Boxberger struggled with his control last season.

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Michael Feliz
Astros' Michael Feliz: Picks up third win of season Sunday
Michael Feliz, RP, HOU
5/29/2016
News: Feliz (3-1) tossed a scoreless inning to get the win during Houston's 13-inning victory over the Angels on Sunday.

Feliz remains dominant of late, and he hasn't allowed an earned run since May 14. Since that date, Feliz has struck out 13 batters in seven innings through four appearances. He could be in line for a bigger role in the bullpen if he maintains this level of consistency.

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Luke Gregerson
Astros' Luke Gregerson: Earns 12th save of season Sunday
Luke Gregerson, RP, HOU
5/29/2016
News: Gregerson allowed one run on one hit and a walk with two strikeouts, but ultimately got the job done in a 13-inning thriller against the Angels on Sunday.

Gregerson struggled a bit, and the run he allowed came on a wild pitch during a 3-2 count. The 32-year-old, however, bounced back to earn the save, and he continues to prove he's a reliable option during the late innings despite the fact he's already blown three saves this year. His ERA sits at 3.42.

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Pat Light
Red Sox's Pat Light: Able to play catch Sunday
Pat Light, RP, BOS
5/29/2016
News: Light has swelling in his right hand, but was able to play catch on Sunday, Tim Britton of the Providence Journal reports.

Light was struck by a batted ball on Sunday on his pitching hand. The fact that he was able to play catch means he could be available within the week if the pain and swelling subsides enough.

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